Tonight (10-8-19) on the Black Reality Think Tank Kitonga Alexander, Dr. Alice Belcher, and James Mosely will discuss community efforts to HALT this cancer that destroys families. The program airs at 8 p.m. eastern time
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By blackreality — 2 months ago
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By oshi427ade — 2 years ago
This week’s guest on The Black Reality Think Tank is Bill Doggett a well respected published historian, archivist, and lecturer specializing in African American Performing Arts History. In 2015 Doggett was commissioned by The Recorded Sound Division of The Library of Congress to produce a project on Race and Early Sound Recordings for The National Jukebox.
Bill Doggett has a Cum Laude Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from UCLA and has been recognized for leadership in utilizing history and The Arts in creating intergenerational dialogue within and across Bay Area communities by former San Francisco Mayor, Gavin Newsom, Berkeley Mayor, Tom Bates, and State Senator, Mark Leno.
Mr. Doggett will share with our listening audience the reason and motivation behind these images. He will also give a sample of his collective work from The Library of Congress.
By blackreality — 7 months ago
IS THIS NECESSARY?
YES, because of Structural Racism: It ALL must FALL!!!
The Black Reality Think Tank will discuss this unfolding phenomenon in America. Our panel of community activists and thinkers will explore the methodology relating to the deconstruction of structural racism.
Structural Racism is a system in which public policies, institutional practices, cultural representations, and other norms work in various, often reinforcing ways to perpetuate racial group inequity. It identifies dimensions of our history and culture that have allowed privileges associated with “whiteness” and disadvantages associated with “color” to endure and adapt over time. Structural racism is not something that a few people or institutions choose to practice. Instead, it has been a feature of the social, economic, and political systems in which we all exist.
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